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Choir of Ely Cathedral, Stephen le Prevost, organ. Director Arthur Wills. 'Service high and anthems clear'. Hyperion A66012

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Composer: Wesley, Stainer, Attwood Parry, Villiers Stanford, Wood.
Content: A century and a half of development in English Cathedral music (1765-1926). Exultate Deo (Samuel Wesley); Blessed Be the God and Father (Samuel Sebastian Wesley); Evening Canticles in B flat major (Sir John Stainer); Come, Holy Ghost (Thomas Attwood); I was Glad (Sir Hubert Parry); Evening Canticles in G major (Sir Charles Villiers Stanford); O Thou, The Central Orb (Charles Wood).
Artists: Choir of Ely Cathedral with Stephen le Prevost, organ, directed by Arthur Wills. Choir: William Morgan, Simon Ellis, Gideon Gray, Matthew Hickley, Dickon Stainer, Benjamin Stainer, Haydn Webb, Fabian Elers, Andrew Hill, Miles Styman, Karl Therkildsen, Adrian Therkildsen, Mark Deniels (Trebles); Anthony Ransome, David Carr, Roger Bowers (Altos); Andrew Houston, Michael Banyard, Andrew Malcolm, Peter Heald (Tenors), Kenneth Burgess, Lance John, William Barnett (Basses).
Country: Germany
Year: 1980
Label: Hyperion
Cat: A66012
Matrix: 76.25 425-01-1
Recorded in Ely Cathedral on June 15,16 1980
Recording Producer: Simon Perry
Production Assistant: Bill Stringer
Recording Engineer: Tony Faulkner
General Producer: Edward Perry

Vinyl condition: Excellent.
Sleeve condition: Excellent. Slight shelf wear only.

Disclaimer: We cannot check vinyl for faults that are not visible but if there is any problem in playing this we will issue a complete refund.

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Band/artist(s):
Choir of Ely Cathedral with Stephen le Prevost, organ, directed by Arthur Wills.
Catalogue number:
A66012
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Hyperion
Sleeve condition:
Excellent

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Composer: Wesley, Stainer, Attwood Parry, Villiers Stanford, Wood.
Content: A century and a half of development in English Cathedral music (1765-1926). Exultate Deo (Samuel Wesley); Blessed Be the God and Father (Samuel Sebastian Wesley); Evening Canticles in B flat major (Sir John Stainer); Come, Holy Ghost (Thomas Attwood); I was Glad (Sir Hubert Parry); Evening Canticles in G major (Sir Charles Villiers Stanford); O Thou, The Central Orb (Charles Wood).
Artists: Choir of Ely Cathedral with Stephen le Prevost, organ, directed by Arthur Wills. Choir: William Morgan, Simon Ellis, Gideon Gray, Matthew Hickley, Dickon Stainer, Benjamin Stainer, Haydn Webb, Fabian Elers, Andrew Hill, Miles Styman, Karl Therkildsen, Adrian Therkildsen, Mark Deniels (Trebles); Anthony Ransome, David Carr, Roger Bowers (Altos); Andrew Houston, Michael Banyard, Andrew Malcolm, Peter Heald (Tenors), Kenneth Burgess, Lance John, William Barnett (Basses).
Country: Germany
Year: 1980
Label: Hyperion
Cat: A66012
Matrix: 76.25 425-01-1
Recorded in Ely Cathedral on June 15,16 1980
Recording Producer: Simon Perry
Production Assistant: Bill Stringer
Recording Engineer: Tony Faulkner
General Producer: Edward Perry

Vinyl condition: Excellent.
Sleeve condition: Excellent. Slight shelf wear only.

Disclaimer: We cannot check vinyl for faults that are not visible but if there is any problem in playing this we will issue a complete refund.

Band/artist(s):
Choir of Ely Cathedral with Stephen le Prevost, organ, directed by Arthur Wills.
Catalogue number:
A66012
Condition:
Excellent
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Hyperion
Sleeve condition:
Excellent

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